About TfC. . .
Tendering for Care (TfC) is a suite of services which was devised in late 2005 with the help of social care providers. The services are designed to meet the needs and requirements of providers, to help them to tender successfully for public contracts, and where purchasers fail to comply with the law, to point this out. Nine years on, the services remain virtually unchanged from those originally devised. Over the years some additional resources have been added at the specific request of providers.
At its heart TfC is a membership organisation. Members vary in size (annual turnover varying from
£750,000 to £200 million); and their organisational sectors cover the complete range of providers of outsourced services in health and social care (private, voluntary, public and NHS social enterprises).
Membership of TfC provides a cost effective solution for providers who want up to the minute information, details of tenders published, and to have experienced specialist help always on hand to deal with their tendering questions and to gain a competitive edge.
Details can be found at: http://www.tenderingforcare.com/membership
If your organisation requires help or support for any aspect of tendering or procurement please feel free to contact the only company which works exclusively with health and social care providers tendering for public sector contracts.
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TfC also provides specific help to providers outside of the membership structure.
This can include:
Reviewing tenders using our unique remote working technology – review are done online at your desk;
Weekly Journals provide a wealth of background information, news and tips designed to keep you ahead of the rest;
Help with policy reviews and providing policies suitable for tendering purposes;
Training for in-house teams and groups of providers;
Online training courses with one or more staff on specific tendering related subjects;
Independent appraisal of tenders or parts of tenders for purchasers;
Support for providers who sub-contract services or parts of services;
Formation of SPVs or consortia for tendering purposes.